Rhetoric in British Politics and Society

Rhetoric in British Politics and Society

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The art of rhetoric is central to the practice of politics. It also, however, plays an important role in civic and private life, where it is employed to persuade, negotiate and resolve disputes on a daily basis. Using the Aristotelian categories of ethos (appeals based on the character of the speaker), pathos (appeals to the emotions of an audience) and logos (appeals to reason), the contributors to this collection explore topics ranging from Prime Minister's Questions and Welsh devolution to political satire and the rhetoric of cultural racism. This collection provides a highly accessible and engaging discussion of a variety of issues, while casting new light on the place and function of rhetoric in contemporary Britain. As such, it will appeal to a wide audience, including scholars and students of rhetoric, political communication, British politics, cultural studies and sociology.... even further. [Headline]. Wea#39;ll reduce taxpayer subsidies to prescription drug companies and ask more from the wealthiest seniors. [Punchline] ... and. puzzlea€“ solution. The American people dona#39;t expect government to solve every problem.

Title:Rhetoric in British Politics and Society
Author: Judi Atkins, Alan Finlayson, James Martin, Nick Turnbull
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-08-22

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